Summary: Kirby's Epic Yarn was a triumph, but there's no denying that Kirby's true home is on a handheld platform. It's where he debuted and it's where he's had his biggest adventures. Kirby Mass Attack brings Kirby home, both in terms of platform and visual style, but that's not to say it's without its...
Excerpt: One day, an evildoer with a magic cane appears and splits Kirby™ into 10 pieces. Kirby sets off on a journey to return to his original form. Players use the touch screen to control a mass of Kirby characters in a new and novel way. Swipe the touch...
Pros: Simple controls, Very charming, Fun Mini-Games
Cons: Controls may feel unresponsive at times, Can get repetitive
Excerpt: For a placeholder sprite that is an embodiment of gluttony (if it was pink and adorable) whose main villain is a fat penguin with a mallet, Kirby is the last character you’d expect to find success in the video game industry.
Excerpt: It seems unlikely that Nintendo would celebrate the Nintendo DS’ seventh year with a game about gang violence starring a pink blob, and yet here’s Kirby Mass Attack . The odds were certainly stacked against it.
Excerpt: Brilliant level design, challenging gameplay, tons of replay value, and one adorable mascot (multiplied by 10) shows that Kirby doesn't need a 3D gimmick to host one of the best DS games yet.
Pros: Strong gameplay; brilliant level design; solid application of the DS touch-screen; catchy music; tons of unlockable mini-games. Having a full army of Kirbys only contributes to the game's infectious, innocent charm.
Conclusion: Comme souvent, c'est en fin de vie que certains des plus gros hits d'une console arrivent, et la DS ne dérogera donc pas à la règle. Doté d'immenses qualités de mise en scène et techniques, Kirby s'impose, malgré sa facilité et son scénario prétexte, comme un incontournable sur Nintendo DS.
Pros: Mignon et bien réalisé, Une aventure complète, Des sonorités inoubliables
Cons: Le stylet à la longue, Quelques soucis de caméra sans gravité réelle